The Ministry of Transport said it has invested VND800 billion (US$34.5 million) for repairs and upgrades to national highways in the Mekong Delta this year to ensure traffic safety.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered relevant ministries, authorities and heads of the provincial and centrally-run cities to exert efforts so as to ensure traffic safety in face of the raging COVID-19 pandemic.
VOV.VN - At least 8 people were killed and dozens were injured after a passenger bus flipped over a roadside and turned turtle in Quang Binh province on July 26 morning, according to local police.
The Ministry of Transport has asked relevant agencies to strengthen inspection of driving training centres and vehicle registration nationwide to improve traffic safety.
More than 1.9 million quality helmets will be presented to first grade students in the new school year 2020-2021, aimed at increasing the rate of children wearing standard helmets to 80% this year.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has sent a message to ministries and localities ordering them to ensure public order and traffic safety during the Reunification Day and May Day holidays.
As many as 4,509 traffic accidents occurred nationwide from mid-December to April 14, killing 2,138 people and injuring 3,305 others, according to the National Committee for Traffic Safety.
VOV.VN - A total of 174 traffic accidents have been recorded nationwide, with 122 people killed and an additional 150 injured during the six-day celebrations for the Lunar New Year (Tet).
A total of 1,300 traffic accidents occurred nationwide in the month to January 14, which killed 591 people and injured 968 others, according to the National Committee for Traffic Safety.
Leaders of northern Ha Nam province had a meeting with nearly 300 foreign direct investment (FDI) businesses on January 9 to inform them about local development achievements and listen to their opinions to facilitate the firms’ operations.
VOV.VN -The Da Nang Youth Union held a requiem on November 17 for victims of traffic accidents who have lost their life across the nation during the last year.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport is taking steps to ensure traffic safety and order in the remaining months of the year.
The National Traffic Safety Committee and the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) held a second forum on women and traffic safety in the central city of Da Nang on October 16.
A total of 57 people were killed on the roads during the National Day holidays, according to traffic officials.
A film making contest about traffic safety with the theme ‘Drinking Alcohol – Not Driving’ has been launched in Hanoi recently.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has sent a message to ministries and localities ordering them to ensure road safety during the coming holiday.
Vietnam Railway (VNR) has issued several preventative solutions in response to the increasing number of train accidents, with 27 train accidents left 17 people dead and 23 others injured in July 2019 alone.
Traffic safety around schools in Pleiku city in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai has improved remarkably thanks to a two-year project entitled ‘Slow Zones, Safe Zones’.
Over 1.93 million standard helmets will be presented to first grade students in the 2019-2020 academic year as announced at a ceremony held in Hanoi on June 12.
There were 1,326 cases of traffic accidents in May, killing 558 people and injuring over 1,000 others, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee.